It's only Round 2, and the 2011 Masters are already delivering plenty of drama. On Friday, we saw Tiger Woods and Jason Day rocket up the leaderboard with spectacular performances, but with everyone in the clubhouse, Rory McIroy still holds the lead in Augusta.
McIlroy didn't quite match his Round 1 dominance, but managed the course well, shooting 3-under on Friday. He now stands 10-under for the tournament and holds a two-stroke lead.
Tiger Woods' play down the stretch is the most attention-grabbing story of the day, however. Woods birdied six holes in an eight-hole span to finish the day at 6-under, three strokes behind the lead.
But it was Jason Day who recorded the best performance of the, um, day. The 23-year-old pieced together a bogey-free 8-under round. He enters Round 3 at 8-under.
Meanwhile, the tournament's defending champion, Phil Mickelson, sits in a tie for 20th. Mickelson suffered three bogeys in a four-hole span before scoring birdies on three of his next four. He shot even for the day.
Here is how the top of the leaderboard looks entering Saturday's Round 3 action:
1. Rory McIlroy (-10)
2. Jason Day (-8)
T3. K.J. Choi (-7)
T3. Noted golf enthusiast Tiger Woods
T4. Geoff Ogilvy (-6)
T4. Alvaro Quiros
7. Five tied (-5)